The lack of access to transportation among low-income groups is increasingly being recognized as a barrier to employment and social inclusion both in Britain and the US. However, “transport poverty” and its links with wider welfare objectives is poorly understood. This groundbreaking book looks at the delivery of transport from a social policy perspective to assist in a better understanding of this issue.
Issue: 2011 12 30
Includes bibliographical references and index
Setting the context -- The UK perspective -- The US perspective -- Transferring the lessons